4-string Electric Bass with Alder Body, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, 1 Single-coil Pickup, and 1 Split Single-coil Pickup - Arctic White
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|Category||4-string Bass Guitars|
|Number of Strings:||4,|
|Body Finish:||Gloss Polyurethane,|
|Neck Shape:||Modern C,|
|Fingerboard Inlay:||White dots,|
|Number of Frets:||20, Medium Jumbo,|
|Bridge/Tailpiece:||4-saddle Vintage-style with Steel Saddles,|
|Tuners:||Fender F Light-weight Vintage-paddle Keys with Tapered Shafts,|
|Middle Pickup:||Yosemite Jazz Split-soil,|
|Bridge Pickup:||Yosemite Jazz Single-coil,|
|Controls:||2 x volume, 1 x master tone, Greasebucket tone circuit,|
|Strings:||Fender USA 7250M, .045-.105,|
|Case Included:||Gig Bag,|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||0198600380,|$1,499.99
Frets turned green
Frets turned green after being stored in the case for a couple of months. Extremely disappointed that they would use a corrosive metal for the frets. Of all the guitars I've owned, from cheap to expensive, I've never seen the frets turn green. Would not recommend this bass.
Frustratingly Good ;-)
I bought this bass while going to music school. My main (also a Fender P) was damaged and I needed to be able to keep up with class. My wife encouraged me to take the opportunity to get something nice and, boy howdy, did I end up doing that. I've spent the last year shopping for basses because I want one, but I've yet to find anything that creates a tone that this bass can't cover.… read more Turn the tone down, switch to the P pickup and you've got classic flatwound tone. Open it all up and it's modern, almost like an ibanez or schecter (tweak a little and you can go to either place). Switch to Jazz with the tone up and you'd think you had a jazz bass. The feel and fit play like a dream. This bass is frustrating in that I now don't have any excuse to get a new one, possibly ever...
For 28 years I've been playing and this THE FIRST time I've ever picked up a bass and immediately smiled. Absolute perfect feel, fit and sound. Its so perfect that I'm purchasing her sister, the Lake Placid Blue model, today. fender nailed it with this guitar!
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